Saturday Reviews: Titles “O”
The Oak Leaves by Maureen Lang. Reviewed by Athol Dickson at What Athol Wrote.
Of Plymouth Plantation by William Bradford. Reviewed by Carrie at Reading to Know.
The Old Man and the Boy by Robert Ruark. Reviewed by Sage.
Old Penn Station by William Low. Reviewed by Chris Barton at Bartography.
Olivia Forms a Band by Ian Falconer. Reviewed by Girl Detective.
The Omnivore’s Dilemma: A Natural History of Four Meals by Michael Pollan. Reviewed by Kathryn at Suitable for Mixed Company.
On the Beach by Nevil Shute. Reviewed by Sherry at Semicolon.
Once I Ate a Pie by Patricia MacLachlan and Emily MacLachlan Charest. Reviewed by MotherReader.
One Good Turn by Kate Atkinson. Reviewed by Laura at Musings.
The One Percent Doctrine by Ron Suskind. Reviewed by SFP at Pages Turned.
The Only Road North by Erik Mirandette. Reviewed at Thoughts of Joy.
Open Your Eyes: Extraordinary Experiences in Faraway Places. Reviewed by Brown Bear at Semicolon.
Oranges Are Not the Olnly Fruit by Jeanette Winterson. Reviewed by Covers Girl at Between the Covers.
Ordinary Children, Extraordinary Teachers by Marva Collins. Reviewed by MFS at Mental Multivitamin.
Ordinary Days: Family Life in a Farmhouse by Doris Smucker. Reviewed by Lauren at Baseballs and Bows.
Ordinary Mom, Extraordinary God by Mary DeMuth. Reviewed by Katrina at Callapidder Days. Reviewed by Jennifer Snapshot at 5 Minutes for Mom.
Orthodoxy by G.K. Chesterton. Book report by Cindy at Dominion Family.
Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood. Reviewed by Chris at Book-a-rama.
The Other Side of the River: A Story of Two Towns, A Death, and America’s Dilemma by Alex Kotlowitz. Reviewed by Wendy at Caribous Mom.
Our Endangered Values: America’s Moral Crisis by Jimmy Carter. Reviewed by Sage at Musings.
Outlander by Diana Gabaldon. Reviewed at It’s a Small World.
Outlaw by Lisa Jackson. Reviewed by Gautami Tripathy at My Own Little Reading Room.